New Round of Citi ThankYou Spending Offers Sent Out
Citibank is no stranger to sending out spending offers on their cards, especially for sock drawer cards. They even decide to send out some of the worst authorized user offers known to man kind from time to time too. Today my wife received an email with a pretty decent spending offer on her ThankYou Preferred card. The offer is not as good as the ones Citi was sending out at the end of last year but it is something.
Details on the Offer
The details for the ThankYou Preferred spending offer are as follows:
- Earn 5 ThankYou points per dollar in the following categories
- Car Rentals
- Cruise Lines
- She can earn up to 2,500 points
- She must register by 8/31/18
- The offer lasts until 9/30/18
Depending on what other cards you have this may be a beneficial offer to you. American Express Platinum card’s 5X earning on airlines is better for most people.
If you have a ThankYou card like the Premier or Prestige to pair with your Preferred card this is essentially a 6.25% return on the first $500 in spend for any of the above categories. I probably won’t use it much since I will be working on my new World of Hyatt card credit card minimum spend!
Usually when Citi sends out these offers for one card they send them out for others as well. Let me know if you received anything in the comments and I will make a list of all available offers here.
This is a pretty decent spending offer although it is limited in the amount of points you can rack up. It is good to see them trying to entice current cardmembers. Especially for a no annual fee credit card.
Do you think this is a good offer? How would you utilize it? Let me know in the comments as well as let me know if you got a spending offer on any other Citi cards.
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